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  • What Should I Do If My Ex is Alienating Me From My Children?
    What Should I Do If My Ex is Alienating Me From My Children?

    Parental alienation is common in divorces that are rife with conflict. While mothers and fathers are both guilty of this behavior, it is more commonly directed at fathers in an attempt to hinder their ...

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  • Tips to Co-Parent During the Holidays After Divorce
    Tips to Co-Parent During the Holidays After Divorce

    The holidays are often a hectic and busy time for many of us and, if you are divorced and have children, the challenges will undoubtedly be greater. However, there are ways to effectively co-parent ...

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  • Five Tips for Traveling with Children During Your Timesharing
    Five Tips for Traveling with Children During Your Timesharing

    Summer is approaching and you’d like to take your children on a vacation. There are many factors to consider post-separation and planning out every summer for the next 18 years all at once can be ...

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  • Coparenting Through Your Child's Sports and Extracurriculars - It Takes Teamwork
    Coparenting Through Your Child's Sports and Extracurriculars - It Takes Teamwork

    Fall brings the start of the school year and the start of many sports seasons, especially as children get older. The question becomes how do you navigate staying an active participant in your ...

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  • Just Starting Overnight Timesharing/Visitation? Here Are Some Ideas to Make Your Child Feel at Home.
    Just Starting Overnight Timesharing/Visitation? Here Are Some Ideas to Make Your Child Feel at Home.

    Starting overnights in a new bedroom in a new home can be easier and more fun for your child or children by engaging them in decorating their space and making sure you to stock up on their necessities ...

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  • Family Law Lawyers: Have you heard about the Child Support Guidelines Math Glitch?
    Family Law Lawyers: Have you heard about the Child Support Guidelines Math Glitch?

    Sometimes online or other automated Florida child support calculators don’t seem to come out quite right, and it appears that substantial visitation actually increases the support amount instead of ...

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